It used to start with dragging the children to school. Now I start by doing some yoga and having some fruit. Then I ride my bike to work.
Mozart’s piano concertos and Schubert’s sonatas as performed by Sviatoslav Richter and Alfred Brendel.
I read six to eight books simultaneously. For a long time, I always carried Virágzabálók (Flower Eaters) by László Darvasi and Esti by Péter Esterházy with me. And I’ve been reading Paul Ricœur’s collection of essays entitled Hermeneutics of Discourse for nearly two years now.
I’ve been planning to visit Berlin for 20 years and it’s high time that I went there. A recurrent, perhaps clichéd favourite is Venice.
I read newspapers in their printed form at the weekend. For 20 years now I’ve bought them in pairs: I always buy a copy of Magyar Narancs with a copy of Heti Válasz and a copy of Népszabadság with a copy of Magyar Nemzet [Hungarian magazines and newspapers representing opposed political views].
I subscribe to or buy architectural and literary periodicals: ÉS, Holmi, Korunk, Details, A10 and El Croquis.
There are no such clothes either.
The Disznókő Winery in Tokaj and a school in Pécel.
I’d love to have a chat with Paul Ricœur.
Béla Hamvas, when I was young. Later, my biggest influences were Makovecz, Aldo Rossi, Mendini, Alessi and Ákos Birkás’s mentality.
They shouldn’t listen to anyone or try to live up to anyone’s expectations.
There’s a design of a monument of the 1956 Revolution I made for a tender but I didn’t submit it.